If your video appears choppy, laggy, or has sudden freezes, you may be experiencing a poor network connection. This will be detected in game by either a low connection strength indicator and/or by a message that appears just below it.
The next few headings will describe some common reasons for poor network performance and offer solutions to try.
Distance to Connection Point
Depending on your connection method, your Chameleon is either connecting directly to the device playing the game or to an access point on your home network. In either of these cases, there are limitations as to how far your Chameleon can drive away from the connection point before it begins to lose signal.
Try ensuring that you are within range of the connection point or try changing connection methods to ensure a strong connection.
Barrier / Obstructions
Obstructions between the Chameleon and connection point can also cause lower signal strength.
Try ensuring that there are not dense materials between your connection point and the Chameleon, such as thick concrete walls.
You can also try reducing the amount of Wi-Fi traffic in your play location. If devices are streaming videos or utilizing a lot of network traffic, it may impact the quality of your play experience.
Reduce Video Bandwidth
If you are still experiencing poor network conditions, you can enable Low-Bandwidth Video below, or at any time from within the Graphics section of the Pause Menu.
Enabling this will reduce the amount of data sent from the Chameleon to the game by slightly reducing the video image quality.